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« Reply #30 on: June 11, 2007, 01:57:11 am »

any quotes from fear and loathing...not famous but great fuckin movie haha
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« Reply #31 on: June 11, 2007, 02:07:36 am »

"I don't know if it was the whole audience getting stoned out of their minds getting ready for the Floyd thing or what it was, but it was like playing to a painting."
-Les Claypool
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« Reply #32 on: June 11, 2007, 02:11:43 am »

Being sober on a bus is, like, totally different than being drunk on a bus.
Ozzy Osbourne

I am a raging alcoholic and a raging addict and I didn't want to see my kids do the same thing.
Ozzy Osbourne

I cannot turn down this incredible honor twice.
Ozzy Osbourne

I got rabies shots for biting the head off a bat but that's OK - the bat had to get Ozzy shots.
Ozzy Osbourne

I have no regrets except that I wasn't up to keep Randy (Rhoads) from getting on that plane.
Ozzy Osbourne

Somebody said to me this morning, 'To what do you attribute your longevity?' I don't know. I mean, I couldn't have planned my life out better. By all accounts I should be dead! The abuse I put my body through: the drugs, the alcohol, the lifestyle I've lived the last 30 years!
Ozzy Osbourne

What is the world coming to?
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What is this? It's music to get a brain seizure by.
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Whenever I have a bad day I just think of these people.
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« Reply #33 on: June 11, 2007, 02:13:04 am »

I was mostly surprised by the rap artists, actually, that were influenced by Sabbath. That was a surprise. But it's very nice and I'm very honored. It's nice to know after 27 years now that what I said in the first place has stuck, and that was the belief in it.
Tony Iommi

In the past, I'd sort of know before Ozzy sang something, what he was going to sing. I'd know what sort of way a melody was going to go 'cause of the way he'd approach it.
Tony Iommi

Like most things that happen with Sabbath, it happened all of a sudden. I was intending on doing some recording, but out of the blue, Sharon called up and said she wanted us to do these gigs with Ozzy. I said that if everybody else was up to it then I would love to do it.
Tony Iommi

My early influences were the Shadows, who were an English instrumental band. They basically got me into playing and later on I got into blues and jazz players. I liked Clapton when he was with John Mayall. I really liked that period.
Tony Iommi

We got fed up with, as soon as you mentioned Sabbath, the gloom and doom. I just wanted a lighter side of it to be looked on.
Tony Iommi

Well, I think it's kind of good to step out of the Sabbath banner, you know, and not go under the name of Black Sabbath or whatever.
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« Reply #34 on: June 11, 2007, 02:15:45 am »

As far as comparing it to Sabbath or Ozzy, on this one I'm in total control.
Geezer Butler

As long as kids who pay money to see it are fine with it, fine by me.
Geezer Butler

Black Sabbath was written on bass: I just walked into the studio and went, bah, bah, bah, and everybody joined in and we just did it.
Geezer Butler

Dogs of Whore is about a warring general. My lyrics are about what's happening with people in the outer world.
Geezer Butler

However long the song is was how long it took us to write it.
Geezer Butler

I can't sit down and listen to a whole album. I like listening to musicianship rather than a sound kind of thing.
Geezer Butler

I could do something on bass that was terrible and nobody told me.
Geezer Butler

I did not want to put to many songs that sounded the same on the same album.
Geezer Butler

I don't feel a lack of hope. It's just disappointment that after all these years we're still fighting meaningless wars for a handful of people.
Geezer Butler

I don't really listen to modern metal music these days.
Geezer Butler

I have millions of riffs from over the years and we just basically played a few tapes and turned riffs into songs.
Geezer Butler

I just have fun doing what I do. I am certainly not doing it for the money because there is certainly not any money in it.
Geezer Butler

I just prefer playing straight bass.
Geezer Butler

I like to deal in the reality of life. I'm too old to sing about women and things like that.
Geezer Butler

I like to do things quickly because I do not have much patience.
Geezer Butler

I like to get more definition by using a pick. I'm getting used to using a pick. Before I couldn' t do it.
Geezer Butler

I listened to the Fear Factory. We brought him over to England and played him the music and he loved it and we went from there.
Geezer Butler

I never picked a bass up before Sabbath started.
Geezer Butler

I never try and sound like Sabbath.
Geezer Butler

I tend to sort of try something and then once I've done it I really don't go back to it.
Geezer Butler

I think I finally got the direction right. For the last seven years I have been writing tons of songs, but they are in different directions.
Geezer Butler

Without a doubt, Ozzy is the craziest person I've ever met. Son of Sam is a close second.
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« Reply #35 on: June 11, 2007, 02:22:00 am »

I think I might have been about four, four or five, because my mother told me that they thought there was something wrong with me because I continually kept tapping on furniture. They thought I had something which, in Birmingham where I was born?HuhHuh?or actually I was born in Aston which is in Birmingham?HuhHuh?they said that I had Saint Vitus's Dance, and Saint Vitus's Dance is a common term in the midlands for somebody who can't sit still.
Bill Ward


The first three albums or four albums, for me at least, I felt like they came out of big jams because we literally would sit in a room and just jam and a song would come from that. Giving credit where credit is due, I think that Tony would jam a little bit more than everybody else [Laughs], definitely work more on the arrangements and spend a lot more time with the song.

HuhHuh?Being influenced by dynamic music, I felt quite suited for blues and jazz which is pretty much what we really liked to play, especially more traditional blues.HuhHuh?
Bill Ward

Childhood, all me influences were, say, between the time that I can remember, which would have been about three years old to the time that I was about five or six years old, all the music that I ever heard was jazz and it was American jazz, and it was big band jazz, to be more defined. Because of the time, it being in the fifties when I first heard Presley, of course I was just totally gone at that point. I was just absolutely trapped or gathered up, if you like, by rock and roll. But before that, what I consider to be traditional rock and roll would have been the Ink Spots and the Platters.

All of those bands I was extremely fond of listening to and they were very influential in my life. So, those were the combinations and I have always been attracted to the big swing bands throughout my life up to this very day. I'm 57 years old now, so I guess that's 54 years of listening to pretty much American swing, particularly big band swing. I like jazz in all the ways that it is played. I think I am probably attracted to it because of the drummers that played in those big swing bands at the time. So those were my very early influences.
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« Reply #36 on: June 11, 2007, 10:20:38 am »

"I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it." - Mark Twain

"One may say that evil does not exist for subjective man at all, that there exist only different conceptions of good. Nobody ever does anything deliberately in the interests of evil, for the sake of evil. Everybody acts in the interests of good, as he understands it. But everybody understands it in a different way. Consequently men drown, slay, and kill one another in the interests of good." - Gurdjieff
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« Reply #37 on: June 22, 2007, 01:06:47 am »

"RESTING IS NOT FOR THE CONQUERORS" Nergal (behemoth)
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« Reply #38 on: June 22, 2007, 01:09:43 am »

The software on my harddrive is hardcore, no soft porn    - George Carlin
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« Reply #39 on: June 22, 2007, 01:33:28 am »

You don't know fear until you're lying in a bathtub covered in your own blood, and on the counter is a plate with a fork, knife, and your half-eaten liver with a note that says "Be Back Soon." --my friend tucker.. not sure if he got it from somewhere

This is how humans are: We question all our beliefs, except for those that we really believe, and those we never think to question. --Ender Wiggin, Speaker for the Dead (Orson Scott Card)
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« Reply #40 on: June 22, 2007, 01:40:36 am »

So I was sittin in a beanbag chair yesterday, naked, eating cheetos. --Ron White
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« Reply #41 on: June 22, 2007, 01:43:40 am »

why do you drive on a parkway and park on a driveway-steven wright
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« Reply #42 on: June 22, 2007, 01:53:05 am »

Why do you cook bacon and bake cookies? --not sure.. heard it on the radio one day
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« Reply #43 on: June 22, 2007, 01:58:06 am »

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury. Dante Hicks is just like you. He lurves grape soda. He knows what it's like when the guy at the supermarket won't take your "food stamps". Or how it feels to wait all month for your "welfare check". - jeff anderson(randal graves from clerks)
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« Reply #44 on: June 22, 2007, 02:02:14 am »

the other one i posted was gay

Noise, noise, noise...smokin' weed, smokin' weed, doin' coke, drinkin' beer. My good man its time to kick back, drink some beer and smoke some weed. -jay (clerks)
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